Conferences & Workshops

33rd Annual Conference

April 29 & 30, 2022
Kalahari Resort & Convention Center, WI Dells

Save the date for our 33rd Annual Conference! Join us April 29 & 30, 2022 at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells for a 2 day event where autistic individuals, professionals, parents, family members and advocates gather to learn, share and discuss various topics in the field of autism.

More details coming soon!

2021 Call for Proposals

Submission Deadline: November 19, 2021

We are currently accepting proposals for the 2022 Annual Conference. The purpose of the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin’s Annual Conference is to provide a wide range of information to those within the autism community. We’re looking for high quality proposals that include practical strategies and evidence based research addressing a range of issues facing autistic individuals and their families.

Mental Health Therapy with the Autistic Client

Registration Includes Access to Recorded Trainings

This training is designed specifically for clinicians to build their knowledge, skills, and confidence in providing therapy to autistic clients within the mental health setting.

This training starts with our introductory course, Autistic Mental Health and Well-Being and dives deeper with 4 additional parts. Each part includes about 6 hours of recorded virtual content and will be followed by a one-hour live Q & A session with the presenters. Total instructional hours will be 30 hours with an additional 5 total hours of live Question and Answer sessions with the presenters.

Autistic Mental Health & Well-Being Virtual Training

Registration Includes Access to Recorded Trainings

Mental health and wellness is important for all people. To support mental health and wellness for people with an autism diagnosis, it is important to understand their particular style of thinking and the way their brain handles information along with the impact of both environmental and other types of trauma. Additionally, when it comes to mental health and well-being, there are specific stressors unique to autistic individuals. This three part series will take a look at these topics, giving you a foundation of shared knowledge important for all – individual with ASD, parent, teacher, support worker, therapist or anyone interested in this topic.